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Summer Gardening

Gardening Tips for June

In June, summer is finally beginning to come. It is the perfect time of year to come home from a stressful day at work...
June in The Flower Garden

June in The Flower Garden

Even in the smallest garden there is plenty to do at this time of year. From transplanting seedlings you have raised in the greenhouse to cutting back early flowering plants to make way for colorful annuals. So before you put on your boots for a day in the garden, read this short reminder of some of the vital jobs to be doing in the flower garden during June.
June in The Vegetable Garden

June in The Vegetable Garden

Before you head out into your vegetable garden remind yourself of some of the more vital jobs that need to be done in the vegetable garden during the month of June.
A Simple Calendar for Your Garden

A Simple Calendar for Your Garden

Here is a basic calendar of the essential jobs you need to do each month to ensure your garden is both attractive and productive.
Container Gardening

28 Tips for Container Gardening

Tips an ideas to get the most out of container gardening.
Herbs for The Kitchen

Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden

This article will help you to decide which types of herb you might most like to grow, and provides some tips and advice on growing herbs from seed.

Direct Answers – An Untended Garden

I have decided to end the relationship with my husband after 15 years of marriage. When I told the children, they were devastated, but...
Herb Propagation

10 Tips to Easily Double The Size of Your Herb Garden

After spending just a few dollars for your initial purchase of some herbal seed packages or seedlings, is that it? "Gee," you're wondering, "is...

A Garden is a Grand Teacher – Gertrude Jekyll

"A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.“ ~ Gertrude...
Bee Balm Herb

Bee Balm – A Beautiful Garden Herb Called Oswego Tea

Bee balm is a perennial herb, Monarda didyma, that is native to North America. It's a member of the mint family, Lamiaceae. Bee balm...
Home Business

Start a Home Business from Your Kitchen, Garden, Hobby or Craft

Could your garden, hobby, cooking talent, handcraft, or a secret family recipe be the answer to your desire to work from home, pay off a credit card debt, supplement the family income, save for a big vacation, or even earn income for extra alternative healing?
Growing Fruit

28 Ideas for Fruit Growing in Your Garden

Simple but effective tips for growing a variety of fruit in your garden. To grow a peach tree from a stone, bury the stone...
Growing Gooseberries

Growing Gooseberries in The Home Garden

You don't usually see gooseberries as much as say raspberries, cherries or strawberries - yet they have a wonderful taste and effect on the...
Rose Bush

Rose Bush Care Gardening Monthly Plan

Of all the plants in your garden, roses require the most attention because of their unique requirements. Roses enjoy living uncluttered and clean. Without...
Homesteading

Start a Small Farm or Make Money From Your Garden

Have you wanted to start a small farm? Interested in organic farming? Want to start a country Bed & Breakfast? Would you like to...